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Obsolete New Jersey Currency: OBSNJ13 - 18__ - $20 - New Brunswick - $75

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC1B - 1776 - 5 Shilling - Connecticut (Hartford) - $110

Obsolete Virginia Currency: OBSVA16 - 1861 - $1.00 - Danville - $95

Obsolete Virginia Currency: OBSVA52A - 1861 - 25 cents - Petersburg - $45

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC52 - 1776 - 2/3 Dollar - Virginia - $175

Advertising Notes: ADV14 - 1864 - 10.00 - T-68 / Kimball House - $85

Obsolete Virginia Currency: OBSVA84 - 1861 - 50 cents - Winchester - $60

Federal Currency: FR-147 - 1880 - $20.00 - Alexander Hamilton - $325

Obsolete Virginia Currency: OBSVA67A - 1861 - $20.00 - Virginia Central Rail Road - $295

Interim Depository Receipts: IDR9) Virginia, Lynchburg, March 25, 1864, $100 amount.....$65

Texas State Currency: TX14A - 1861 - $201.36 - Special Warrant - $225

Obsolete New Jersey Currency: OBSNJ7A - 1862 - $2 - Newark - $135

Obsolete Iowa Currency: OBSIA3 - 1861 - $5.00 - Council Bluff - $95

Newspapers by States: The Lynchburg Press and Public Advertiser, April 12,1819. Four printed pages. University of Virginia construction. Lots of slave ads.....$95

Chester A. Arthur Autographs: Signed Presidential Document dated May 2, 1882. Nice and clean. Framed.....$495

Confederate Generals Autographs: Elliott Jr., Stephen (South Carolina) Served the Confederate Cause most of the War in his native state. Nice clean cover with South Carolina postmark over a pair of Jeff Davis 5 cents stamps matted with a black and white glossy photograph.....$395

Autographs of Governors: Isham Harris (Tennessee) Confederate Governor of Tennessee signed State of Tennessee $1,000 bond dated April 1, 1862 in Memphis. Five interest baring coupons present. Large red overprint $1,000.....$295

Obsolete Kentucky Currency: OBSKY14 - 1857 - $1.00 - Lexington - $75

Obsolete Delaware Currency: OBSDE3 - 1854 - $3.00 - Milford - $95

Obsolete Michigan Currency: OBSMI3A - 18__ - $3 - Adrian - $65

Confederate Generals Autographs: Cheatham, Benjamin Franklin (Tennessee) Served in every engagement of the Army of Tennessee from Shiloh to Atlanta. Offered here is a cdv photograph by Anthony, dated 1862, matted with a Wartime Endorsement Signed as Major General Commanding Division.....$775

Confederate Generals Autographs: Francis T. Nicholls (Louisiana), Louisiana State document signed in New Orleans 1878 as President of the Funding Board......$235

Obsolete Kentucky Currency: OBSKY25 - 1853 - $2.00 - Newport - $90

Obsolete New Jersey Currency: OBSNJ21 - 1822 - $10 - Trenton - $70

Obsolete Kentucky Currency: OBSKY20A - 18__ - $5.00 - Louisville - $65

Federal Currency: FR-624 - 1902 - $10.00 - Ft. Worth, Texas - $250

Federal Currency: FR-634 - 1902 - $10.00 - Throckmorton Texas - $975

Obsolete Texas Currency: OBSTX2 - 186_ - $3.00 - Washington County, Brenham - $85

Obsolete South Carolina Currency: OBSSC25A - 1854 - $20.00 - Farmers & Exchange - $65

Obsolete South Carolina Currency: OBSSC7A - 1853 - $10.00 - Bank of South Carolina - $75

Obsolete South Carolina Currency: OBSSC25 - 1854 - $5.00 - Farmers & Exchange - $50

Silver Coins: 1861 - P - 50 cents - Seated Liberty Half Dollar - $250

Confederate Covers & Stamps: CSA4) 5 Cent Blue (Scott #4), portrait of Jefferson Davis.....$135

Colonial & Continental Currency: CC1 - 1775 - 20 Shillings - Connecticut (Hartford) - $110

Obsolete Massachusetts Currency: OBSMA11 - 1856 - $3 - Lawrence - $50

Union Generals Autographs: Clay, Cassius Marcellus (Kentucky). Major General who spent most of his time not on the battlefield but as Minister to Russia. Offered here is a signed card matted with an original steel plate engraving.....$250

Union Postal Covers: US9) Patriotic cover depicting the Great Seal of the State of Kentucky titled "Arms of Kentucky". Inner circle states their motto "United We Stand Divided We Fall" over two male figures identified or argued to be Isaac Shelby, Kentucky's 1st & 5th Governor and Statesman Henry Clay.....$55

Obsolete North Carolina Currency: OBSNC1C - 1861 - 25 Cents - Elizabeth City - $75

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